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example.com VS example.com?s=b123? Are they the same to Google? 416bc I am having some articles written about my company, in the links I want to track where the leads are coming from. Am I loosing link juice or power if I make the link example.com?s=b123 vs just example.com? Does Google know to ignore everything after the ? or do they treat them as two separate pages?
you can use the canonical tag or set google to ignore this parameter through the webmaster tools. leadegroot
By default they will treat them as two different pages, because a ? validly generates a different url. 416bc
Thanks guys. I don't want them to ignore it completely because I want to see through google analytics who entered at this url, but I will use the canonical tag on that page. That will pass any rank to that page back to my main page, so that's what I want. Thanks guys.